Oslo

C.F. Møller Norge AS
Prinsens gate 2, 1.et.
0152 Oslo, Norge
Foretaksregisteret:
NO 986 519 963 MVA

C.F. Møller Architects, Norway

C.F. Møller Norge is situated in the lower part of the city's central district, "the Quadrature" at the building which was previously called the Denofa building, originally designed by the architect O. Eindride Slaatto.

The building dates from 1932, and in 1933 Prinsens Gate 2 in Oslo received the Houens Foundation's diploma for good architecture – one of Norway's finest architectural awards. The building is one of Oslo's first and best examples of functionalism.

C.F. Møller's Norwegian history began with the Bislett Stadium. When C.F. Møller won the international competition back in 1995, the assignment required a local project office. This was established, and during the following years, three employees were located at the actual stadium.

In 2000, when C.F. Møller won the competition to renovate Akershus University Hospital, this laid the foundation for an actual office, and since then C.F. Møller Norway has functioned as a subsidiary in the Group.

Today, more than 25 employees are located at the Norwegian office. C.F. Møller Norway itself refurbished the offices, which consist of open, light premises with high ceilings on the ground floor.

The location of C.F. Møller Norway's new office plays a very special role in the history of Oslo. After the fire in the city in 1624, King Christian IV decided to move the city west of the Bjørvika area, in order to strengthen its defences. This would allow the city to be protected by the Akershus fortification.

Streets and quarters were then created according to the Renaissance ideals of geometrical symmetry. Hence the area's name - the Quadrature. The city itself was named Christiania by the King.

Projects

HARALDSPLASS HOSPITAL - NEW WARD BUILDING

New ward building for Haraldsplass Hospital, replacing the traditional hospital corridors by open common areas and efficient logistics.

KRISTIANSUND OPERA AND CULTURE CENTRE

The Opera House will house Norway's oldest opera as well as a ballet centre, museum, library, college centre, conference rooms, a restaurant, a café, and a skybar.

KRYSTALKLAR - BISKOP GUNNERUS GATE

Tower block in the centre of Oslo, creating a landmark highrise, yet harmonizing with the surrounding, low-rise urban fabric of the capital, and adding a whole new pulse to central Oslo.

HAMAR - GETTING THE TOWN CLOSER TO MJØSA

Investigation of opportunities for the urban development of the Norwegian town of Hamar, re-routing railway lines to bring the city closer to lake Mjøsa

MOLDE CULTURAL SCHOOL

An inspiring new framework for cultural activities at Molde’s old prison site. The culture school integrates Molde’s former prison and town hall, both of which are listed buildings.

NORWEGIAN-GERMAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Extension of the Norwegian-German Chamber of Commerce, shaped as a sharply cut prism that contrasts to the Jugendstil of the original buildings.

VESTBY CENTRE

From buildings without an identity to living buildings: Development of the urban centre of the future in Vestby, Norway.

AKERSHUS UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL (NEW AHUS)

The largest in a series of new hospitals in Norway, created as a friendly, informal and comprehensible place through evidence-based design

ARVESET FARM - REINTERPRETATION OF HISTORIC FARM BUILDINGS

Reinterpretation of historic farm buildings i Oslo, Norway's capital city, as part of a residential centre for the homeless.
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TEAM

Christian Dahle

Partner, Managing Director, Architect MNAL

T: +47 9115 0186
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Klaus Toustrup

Partner, CEO,
Architect maa, AAdipl.

T: +47 2413 3400
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Einar B. Malmquist

Head of project development, Architect MNAL post. prof. MArch

T: +47 4643 3901
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Kurt M. Breitenstein

Creative Manager, Architect MNAL

T: +47 9059 6632
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Lasse Vilstrup Palm

Associate Partner, Head of C.F. Møller Landscape, Architect maa

T: +45 3016 8473
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Anne Gyrid Skoe

Architect

T: +47 9190 9716
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Brage M. Ulbrandt

Architect

T: +47 9190 9707
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Else M. F. Melvær

Architect

T: +47 9190 9713
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Erling Sommerfeldt

Architect ma

T: +47 9190 9702
esocfmoller.com

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Gunnar M. Thomassen

Architect ma

T: +47 9190 9703
gmtcfmoller.com

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Kristine Reppe

Arkitektassistent

T: +47 9190 9708
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Lene Westeng

Architect MNAL

T: +47 9190 9710
lwecfmoller.com

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Magnus Øverby

Architect

T: +47 9190 9717
movcfmoller.com

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Monica Strand

Revitassistent

T: +47 9190 9706
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Ole-Morten Birkeland

Technical Designer, BIM Coordinator

T: +47 9190 9711
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Paul Holt-Seeland

Architect M. Arch.

T: +47 9190 9712
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Reidunn Jarrett

Architect

T: +47 9190 9714
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Therese Mælen Hansen

Architect ma

T: +47 9190 9718
tmhcfmoller.com

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